Shot and edited by filmmaker Jean Penninck, Mixtape 2/3: Faking Jazz Together features surfer Robin Falxa.
From award-winning Lost & Found director Doug Walker: “In April I received a phone call from Kalai Ahuna on the North Shore telling me to come out as more people had stories to tell. I packed the camera up and caught a flight. Arriving on the North Shore with no place to stay – the doors opened. [click to continue]
We heart Thalia Surf Shop. Created by Nick Cocores and located in Laguna Beach, CA.
“If we don’t find Aloha, it’s probably because we didn’t bring it with us.” Next time you paddle out, remember to surf with Aloha.
After the Plastic Machine and his sessions at Honolua with Nat Young, Bob McTavish visits Santa Barbara, California and surfs Rincon. The result of his testing and refinement was The Tracker.
Deus Ex Machina presents 9’ft & Single ‘A Short Film by David Schaap. The event was held in Canggu, Bali. A talent of logger enthusiasts traveled from far and wide to attend.
On a trip from north to south, from the most crowded spots to unknown breaks, Peninsula is the tale of a journey to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it is like. From producer Luca Merli.
“Imaginary Carpet Market” is a new surf film which features the surfing of Alex Knost & friends. Through the Eyes of Jack Coleman.